“ethereum minedrift hastighed”

“ethereum minedrift hastighed”

Need some help with getting my rig to recognize my 5 AMD r390s. Currently have asRocks h81 pro btc, 2x 1000w psu, 4gb RAM, 256gb SSD. All GPUs have power and fans run, but system doesn’t register. Downloaded original bios(as cards were second hand), all drivers are installed. Kinda lost here. All help is greatly appreciated!
“Mining Ethereum is really complicated and I wanted the simplest solution. Luckily I found CoinMiner who sent a rig to me 1 week after ordering and all I needed to do was turn it on. Fantastic system and I’m planning to buy more.”
What do you want to optimise for? Lowest upfront cost per unit hashrate? Lowest ongoing cost (upfront + electricity)? Best hashrate per unit electricity? Lowest heat (and electricity) per unit hashrate?
Mining Ether takes up a lot of electricity. On the plus side, though, if mining practices are carried out efficiently more income is generated through the sale of Ether. Ethereum mining calculators are available for calculating profits. So, there’s no need to get worked up since you’ll still get a profit at the end.
So I’ve started playing Aether Legacy now and when I crafted a zanite axe and chopped down a golden oak tree, I didn’t receive any golden amber, even tho zanite should be enough. So I switched to a test world, gave myself a gravitite axe just to see if I would get golden amber with a gravitite axe at least. I did get golden amber, but on every single log, which shouldn’t be the case it’s a bit too op. Also: I even got it from regular skyroot trees(!) and also from already placed log(!). Please fix this!
In case you wanted to see an actual experiment using these conditions (not very scientific, but most of the scientific community wouldnt waste their time on something they already know to be true)… here ya go: https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Gaming-PC-vs-Space-Heater-Efficiency-511/
Figure out how many cards you are going to run first.  Then go to GPUSHACK and buy a bundle that includes a motherboard, cpu, ram, and ssd.  Then all you need to buy are the actual cards, the generic pci-e risers, and a power supply capable of running that many cards.  You can do extensive research on the different motherboards and rams and ssds and cpus and drive yourself crazy with combinations and cost analysis like I did for a long time.  But its much easier to get the bundle pack from GPUSHACK, and start mining ASAP.
From a security minded engineer: How can I trust someone sharing Windows executable via Google Drive and using WinRar? The guide is nice but it raises lots of security concerns. There’s no auditable open source code and stamp by security experts. Not long ago we had WannaCry spreading in the wild.
Us mere mortals wouldn’t have an R9 290X level of card lying idle. Heck, suppose we do have unused GPU it would be something from 2 gen before it and a mainstream oran entry level card of its time at that, at the very least.
From what we have learned from mining bitcoin back in 2013 to mining ethereum now is that the GPU’s that mine Ethereum produce a lot less heat then the SHA256 equipment we used for bitcoin but we have an open rig design to allow air flow to take away heat.
I really don’t like the fact that when I start the shader pack, I have the same bugs as everyone else. Diagonal lines, on all the non-organic blocks (stone, etc) and also, a few blocks dont flap in the wind. oak leaves flap but only if they haven’t been placed by the player. all other leaves dont flap at all. also, spruce wood flaps (WTH) and becuase it is solid and you can’t see through it, it means you can xray with it. The Lines bug is very glitchy, and it is when stone and other materials get exposed to bright light (when not in bright light there are grey lines which are too bright) so please consider asking Sonic Ether to update it. :\
Hi Charles, Sounds like a cool setup, hope you’re having fun with it and making some good money. I think your auto-correct is changing Claymore to Clayton. Anyway, as of Claymore v8.0, you can choose between mining Ethereum alone, Ethereum & Decred, Ethereum & Siacoin, Ethereum & Lbry. Based on something said by an old-time Bitcoiner in a video (I’m no expert on altcoins), I’d say Decred is the best choice. I haven’t heard anything about the other options and don’t know what they do exactly, except for some vague notions about “decentralized storage.” I’m not an expert on Ethereum… Read more »
Strange only V11 is working in MC1.10 the Ultra preview no go and the 10.1 standard nothing… PLease correct as I love the Ultra and used in the past. now I can not. But I will say this I love the version 11 but wish it had option to get rid of the blurry glass and water. NOT A FAN!
I moved all my miners over 6 months ago. best decision I did. now i have accumulated a nice stash of ETC for future holding. Etc will have a big future. people are slow to catch on. But the smart ones already have.
We recently explored the idea of building a mining rig at no cost, simply using older parts we had lying on the shelf. My colleague, Eric Vander Linden, cobbled together a competent mining rig with zero upfront costs. The “free miner” includes two R9 290X GPUs, which net roughly 57 MH/s. At the current difficulty rate, that rig should bring in a little more than half an Ether per month, which would be profitable as long as the price of Ethereum doesn’t dip below $100.
(NOTE:- THE ABOVE LINK IS OF 30 SECONDS YOUTUBE VIDEO AND THE REASON BEHIND CREATING THIS VIDEO WAS, QUORA WASN’T ALLOWING ME TO PASTE THE DIRECT HASHFLARE LINK IN THE ANSWER AN HENCE I HAD GIVEN THE HASHFLARE LINK IN MY 30 SECONDS YOUTUBE VIDEO’S DESCRIPTION BOX…. I HAD NOT MONETIZED THIS VIDEO WHICH MEANS I TRULY DON’T WANT TO MAKE MONEY THROUGH THIS VIDEO THIS IS JUST A STAGE WHERE YOU CAN GET THE LINK)
Without any doubt, the market for Bitcoin mining has been dominated by two major brands; the Avalon and the Antminer. The Avalon 7 is one of the latest that this company has released to the market and perfectly fit in the tag of best Bitcoin mining hardware. It gives a performance at par with its main market competitors although at a lower price and can still be used as a best Litecon mining hardware too. It was released to the market in the last month of 2016 and has a hash rate of 6 TH/s. Both its power consumption and power efficiency are 850-1000W and 0.29 J/GH respectively. This mining rig can produce 0.14 bitcoins in one month.
It is very beneficial and you must not miss this one. Many of them who are trying to buy a mining rig, miss, this component. Also, make sure you buy this with other hardware as you will cut out some shipping charges.
EDIT: Anyone else find this crashes when they open a GUI window like a chest or the chat on multiplayer? Im using tekkit (multiplayer version of the technicpack) don’t know if it may be to do with that, or it may be my 2011 macbook pros rubbish graphics card (Intel 3000HD 384mb memory shared with main memory(The only bad thing about my computer, why did apple choose such a pants graphics card?)) Anyway, my graphics card is listed as laggy but playable on the GLSL shaders wiki so i doubt it is that. I don’t know where you find crash logs, if someone could tell me where they are, i’ll post them.
Step 1 — Get your rig case set up. I ordered a wooden “case” from eBay for my rig, so it required a bit of work to put together. This step will depend on where you get your case (or if you decide to build it yourself), so simply follow the instructions from the manufacturer. My wooden “case” just required me to have a philip’s head screwdriver, and to screw in a couple screws. Then I was ready to mount the motherboard.
Listed below are the components along with the amount you will need to assemble your GPU mining rig. Once your components arrive, you will want to come back to this guide for assembly and configuration instructions. I’ve included a YouTube video further down the page with complete assembly instructions as well.
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Feeling the Ethereum wave taking over the world yet? In order to be on track with the digitalization of the financial industry, you definitely need to know how to mine Ethers!  This review of Top 4 Ethereum mining hardware will aid you in starting your Ethereum mining.
The methods of costing transactions are different in the two. In Ether, it depends on the complexity of computation, the storage needs as well as the bandwidth usage. However, in Bitcoin, there are no such factors affecting the costing as all transactions compete with each other equally. This is what is known as Gas (in Ethereum), limited to each block while for Bitcoin, the limiter is the block size.
Seems that crypto currencies are a hot thing on this blog during this Summer, though it was just recent, not even a month ago, when I decided to diversify my investment portfolio and allocate up to 5% space in it…
The 168 MH/s Ethereum Mining Rig is provided by MineShop. It holds 6 AMD graphic cards, the AMD RX 470. These mining rigs are specially developed and reconfigured for Ethereum mining, making them the most efficient and cheapest for mh and power usage per mh Ethereum miner on MineShop. You can also mine Ethereum through a cloud mining contract with Hashflare or Genesis Mining. 
Eksperimenter med forskellige GPU markeringer i lommeregneren vil afsløre et kort med den bedste pris til ydeevne til kombination strømforbrug (udtrykt som MH / s pr Currency Unit).Keep på, at AMD-kort udkonkurrerer NVidiafor cryptocurrency minedrift formål.
I think PoS is needed for a serious project like ETH yeah, trusting in miners is foolish, since 99% of us are in for the profits, so we’ll go wherever there’s money, and that’s not a good thing for projects that require consistensy.
Løftet om institusjonelle investorer som går med i spillet, er positive nyheter for Bitcoin, som er stadig mer bullish prisspådommer fra flere bemerkelsesverdige investorer. Den mest fremtredende av disse, Bitcoin Cash, har fått en god del støtte fra noen investorer, men prisen har nådd seg nylig. Dette inkluderer CME, Nas…
And since new Ether will likely no longer be by mining, it could mean that existing holders of Ethereum will benefit disproportionately from the process of proof-of-stake due to their ability to put their existing Ether to work at a larger and faster stake than newcomers (this mostly applies to retail investors and not institutions with large amounts of capital).
It’s been a while since we updated this series this past summer, but our answer for the “Is it worth it?” question has remained mostly the same. Ethereum saw increasing difficulty throughout the fall and little increase in price, which made mining steadily less and less attractive. But recently, Ethereum has boomed to be priced at around $700-$800, which has led to a resurgence in mining interest.
I just love this statement @jerrybanfield: “The beauty of this system is once we get it built, we can modify it to mine whichever coins are the most profitable instead of relying on a third party to continue paying us out in whatever we started with at a fixed hashing power.”
I reckon just try running Claymore and see what it says. I’m not up to date on Ethereum mining but I heard that the ETH blockchain has gotten too big to sync normally. I don’t know how miners are handling that but presumably some kind of pruning or other solution is used.
After multiple days of operation, the R9 Fury is operating at 54°C, the R9 380X is sitting at 67°C, and the R9 380 hovers around 65°C. The R9 390X reports that it’s running at 56°C, but the air coming out of the radiator feels much warmer than that. I have a small fan blowing air through the cage to help dissipate the heat faster. The cards would be much warmer without the fan. When the air conditioning system is on in my house, the operating temperature of each card drops by anywhere from four to eight degrees.

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